[ZDNet] Apple prevented 1 million risky or vulnerable apps from entering App Store in 2020

The iPhone maker has sang its own praises for preventing problematic apps from entering its app store, despite emails submitted into court last week alleging it failed to disclose to millions of its users that they installed malware.

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